Pros: free lunch/dinner, and free admission to various recreational activities
Cons: pay, and not being alloted at least 30 hours being part-time/on-call
After clocking in, you are given a debriefing of what is going on with all residents (school, AWOL, hospitalization, home pass, day pass, etc.) You then depending on your designated shift either go and drop residents off at school or you are picking up residents from school. After girls are picked up from school, they are then transported to P.E. at the park. After P.E. the girls then attend their designated Day Treatment Class( anger management, cooking class, self-esteem class, etc.) Once Day treatment is over the girls are then ready to participate in GCL (Group Centered Leadership) where they have to present their goals, and a self report to the group. After GCL the girls eat dinner, have study hour and then complete their daily chores and then shower and get ready for the next school day. The weekends are a little different as they have night recreational activities that range from a night at the movies, go cart racing, comedy shows, fairs, and many others.